Sen. Adolphus Wabara, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) acting chairman of the Board of Trustees (BoT), has pledged to end the party’s internal turmoil.
Wabara made this statement while accompanying some board members to the Umuobiakwa house of Abia Governor Okezie Ikpeazu.
Before the general election in 2023, he said that the board will make every effort to guarantee a peaceful settlement of the internal dispute.
In an effort to bring about party harmony, he said that the board will meet with state governors and other interested parties.
Ikpeazu was a well-liked party participant, according to Wabara, who also noted that his efforts were critical to fostering the party’s expansion.
Ikpeazu remarked that in order for the party to win the general election in 2023, sincere reconciliations were required.
In order to prevent a repetition of the unpleasant experience in 2015, he said that the party needs to analyse the previous events.
Ikpeazu said, “Our ineptitude in the things we did not do well led this country to where we are heading now; otherwise we will have not gone into the hands of APC in the first place.
“We are not in the same place we were in 2015. We need to look at the variables that have changed and respond to these variables and dynamics accordingly.
“We need to remain hungry for power so that our adrenaline level will remain optimum and drive us towards attaining that goal.
“All countries in this world that have risen from the ashes of civil war, quarrels, and bitter clashes are countries that did genuine truth and reconciliation. I pray that we would realise that there is no half measure to victory in politics.”